A Deed Between Stephen POST, Hebron, Hartford Co., CT.,
& Sam'll WILLARD, Saybrook, New London Co., CT

[Transcribed by Janece Streig]

Saybrook Land Records
Book 3 Page 379
FHL Film #5537

Deed from Stephen POST Sen'r to Sam'll WILLARD

Know all men by these Presents that I Stephen POST of Hebron in the County of Hartford & in ye Colony of Connecticut In New England for a valuable Consideration of ready money already Received of Sam'll WILLARD of SayBrook of ye County of New London of ye Colony of Connecticut In New England with which I acknowledge myself fully satisfied Contented and paid have given granted & Confirmed & do by these presents give, grant, Convey & Confirm unto him ye said Sam'll WILLARD his heirs & assigns forever a Certain Right in that tract of land in the bounds of Saybrook afores'd Called & Known by the name of the undivided land at Pattaconke which Right is belonging to the Estate of one hundred & fifty one pounds four shillings,

To Have and to Hold the said Right of one hundred & fifty one pounds four shillings in & unto the said tract as it lyes in Common & undivided among ye proprietors thereof together with ye Divisions and allotments that shall or ought to be laid out thereon with the privileges Commaonages Benefits & appurtainances to the same belonging to the only use benefit & behooffe of him ye said Stephen POST for myself my heirs executors & administrators Do Covenant & Ingage the above Demised premises to him the said Sam'll WILLARD his heirs & assigns forever against the lawfull claims of any person or persons whatsoever forever hereafter to Warrant Secure & Defend In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal this fifty day of September Anno Domini 1726

In presents of these Witnesses

Stephen POST Sen'r (Seal)

Saybrook Sept'r ye fifth day 1726
The above named Stephen POST Sen'r & acknowledged the above written Instrument to be his voluntary act and deed
Before me Stephen WHITTLESEY Justice of peace

This Instrument Received for Record Sept'r ye 6th 1726 and exactly Entered from the original

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